DJ and producer Deadmau5 will no longer headline the first Clubhouse Festival at Laurel Park on Saturday. Rappers Tyga and Rich the Kid, among others, have been added to the lineup.
DJ and producer Deadmau5 will no longer headline the first Clubhouse Festival at Laurel Park on Saturday. Rappers Tyga and Rich the Kid, among others, have been added to the lineup. (Theo Wargo / Getty Images)

This weekend’s first-ever Clubhouse Festival — the Stronach Group’s attempt at a Preakness InfieldFest-like concert at Laurel Park — will not have its main headliner: the electronic dance music producer and DJ Deadmau5.

Club Glow, one of the organizers of the event, announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday, citing “circumstances beyond our control” for Deadmau5’s cancellation.

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Ticket prices were reduced from $60-$85 to $45 to reflect the change, and attendees who purchased tickets through the website Eventbrite will receive a partial refund, according to the social media post.

Since the initial announcement in August, the lineup has expanded to include rappers Tyga and Rich the Kid, along with house DJ Sam Feldt and EDM duo Bonnie X Clyde.

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